- Elite VIP Bottle Cage Clamps
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Top Features of the Elite VIP Bottle Cage Clamps
- Fits all frames from 22 - 50 mm diameter
- Equipped with screw tensioning strap design and anti-scratch rubber pad to protect your frame
Allows the fitting of a water bottle cage to a bicycle without braze-on mounts.
About Bottle Cages
Modern triathlon wetsuits were invented by Dan Empfield in 1987 and are customized to the needs of triathletes, they generally incorporate the following key features which differentiates them from a normal wetsuit. 1, Thinner and/or more pliable rubber near the shoulders. 2, Long zippers to facilitate quick removal during transition. In addition, tri wetsuits have a very smooth, but often fragile, surface. This slick surface helps to reduce water friction and allows a faster swim. Another advantage of a tri wetsuit is the added buoyancy that the wetsuit provides, this can provide triathletes with a considerable speed and energy saving advantage over swimming without a suit.
About the Elite brand
The story of Elite has continued for more than thirty years and is made of successes and new discoveries which always start from the work of engineers, technicians, market men, cycling enthusiasts and also insight.
All the new products launched on the market are the result of internal research and there are now about three hundred.
These products are tested by world’s most important professional teams. In fact, the Pro Teams sponsored by the Fontaniva firm have won the Tour de France, Tour of Italy, World Championships and many world cycling races, and have accompanied the victories of riders such as Chris Froome , Bradley Wiggins, , Mark Cavendish, Cadel Evans , Ivan Basso , Miguel Indurain, Marco Pantani and many other champions.
Elite currently sponsors more than half of the world’s professional teams.
The work is like a bicycle ride. It is only by continuing to ride, pushing hard uphill and enjoying the descent, that allows us to go ahead with ever greater satisfaction.
This is our creed. Ride with us.
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I have been trying and trying to get these to stay on my franme. My bike is a Focus Mares AX1. The bike only has one bottle cage and I am trying to add these to the vertical tube.
I cannot get them to tighten, when I screw the clamp the teeth pop out. It is very frustrating.
Can you please offer some fitting advice.
2) Wrap around frame pulling as tight as possible by hand.
3) *****IMPORTANT BIT***** Fit the bottle cage on to the straps before trying to tighten them further (this will keep the straps in the teeth during the next step)
4) Tighten straps using the screws
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The next thing I realised was the the self tapping screw with the cross head needs to be screwed in fully.. to the before you start to screw it into the small insert.. then when you're tightening things up it pulls the insert tight.
Before I started screwing the cross head into the insert I pulled the cable as tight as I could so there was no slack.. and held the teeth in place by pushing down with a finger - then screwed the cross head into the insert.. kept going and this pulls the insert around and tightens the cable.
The fact that the rubber protecting the frame is compressed helps keep things in place.
I still pulled a thin zip tie around the whole thing after.. just felt a little more secure doing that.
Still stuck mail again and I'm happy to call. .. cage clamps.. small thing but makes a big difference to how usable a bike is!
I hope this helps.
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